These Trails Illustrated topographic maps are the most comprehensive recreational maps for the White Mountains (Franconia Notch, Lincoln, Presidential Range, Gorham).
Coverage area includes: White Mountain National Forest; Pemigewasset and Sandwich Range wilderness areas; Appalachian National Scenic Trail from Hanover, NH to Crawford Notch State Park; Franconia Notch and Echo Lake state parks; Kancamagus Highway, Tripoli Road, and Bear Notch Road. Also includes Plymouth, Rumney, Lincoln, Twin Mountain, North Conway and Wonalancet; Mt Washington, Tuckerman Ravine and Pinkham Notch, Dry RiverPresidential Range; Great Gulf, and Caribou-Speckled Mountain Wilderness Areas. Moose Brook, Milan Hill State Parks. Berlin, Gorham, Jackson and North Chatham.
Each map is approximately 4 1/4" x 9 1/4" folded; 25 1/2" x 37 3/4" fully opened
Scale = 1:60,360
More than just a map, National Geographic Trails Illustrated topographic maps are designed to take you into the wilderness and back. Printed on tear-resistant, waterproof material, this map can go anywhere you do. Each map is based on exact reproductions of USGS topographic map information, updated, customized, and enhanced to meet the unique features of each area. The maps include valuable wilderness tips and Leave No Trace guidelines, along with updated trails, trailheads, points of interest, campgrounds, and much more. With a new color palette and stunning shaded relief, backcountry navigation has never been easier.
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